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July 31st, 2008

Get to know the Linux Logical Volume Manager

Other, by suvi.

Hard drives are slow and fail often, and though abolished for working memory ages ago, fixed-size partitions are still the predominant mode of storage space allocation. As if worrying about speed and data loss weren’t enough, you also have to worry about whether your partition size calculations were just right when you were installing a server or whether you’ll wind up in the unenviable position of having a partition run out of space, even though another partition is maybe mostly unused. And if you might have to move a partition across physical volume boundaries on a running system, well, woe is you.

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